Black Lightning Reaction, Black Panther's Quest ROCKS, Greenleaf Is DOPE, Cthulhu is Hard to Spell & More! | NERDSoul • Your Week in Geek
FIRST: Checking out CW Black Lightning Reaction & Review Season 2 Episode 1: Rise of the Green Light Babies with me NERDSoul! Let's catch up real quick before the Black Lightning Black Jesus Blues TONIGHT! • https://youtu.be/Gminx1hugTA
NEXT: We got that Bumblebee Official Trailer Trailer Reaction for G1 LOVERS & Dope Tape Decks! I can't believe I have seen what I just saw. Cybertron B. CYBERTRON! • https://youtu.be/7MsTcoit0Vo
THEN: Get ready to laugh! OWN's Greenleaf Reaction & Review of Season 3 Episode 5: Closing Doors is here! Charity brings the comedy, Zora brings the eyerolls and Bishop brings the apologies. • https://youtu.be/hboSPLVycxs
AFTER THAT: A big shout out and CONGRATS to Russell Nohelty's Wannabe Press for reaching their Kickstarter Goal! In celebration, here's my Cthulhu is Hard to Spell: A Comic Anthology About Lovecraft Preview covering Christian Douglas & Claudio Sanchez Viveros' "The Believer" and Shannon Kirkwood's "The Call of the Stone." • https://youtu.be/1IT0YNsT7Ps
PLUS: Lando leads a revolt in Star Wars Lando #5: Double or Nothing Comic Book Review. Rythus shows his trump card, Tie Brutes fly and Lando gets the girl... sort of. • https://youtu.be/DfBfmO-Ol7U
LASTLY: YES!!! Marvel’s Avengers Assemble: Black Panther's Quest #3 Into The Deep Reaction & Review breaking down the ultimate dopeness that is T'Chala, Shuri and oh SO MUCH MORE!!! #WakandaForever • https://youtu.be/PZ998LBQlJg
NERDSoul, by Le Ill Kid @OneYoungsta, is that intangible fresh--that 70s soul mixed with comics, some sci-fi fantasy, movie geekery, topped off with the Golden Era of Hip Hop. Ive developed NERDSoul over the years as a StreetGEEK, unknowingly by loving Wu-Tang, Justice League, Star Wars, Stevie Wonder and playing D&D after school. NERDSoul comes from that StreetGEEK that can chop it up with the best, while being up on game around the block and Pop Culture.
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